Frontline Leadership: Management vs. leadership

Moyer, Matt; Dunphy, Mike
February 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Feb2007, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p33
The article discusses the difference between leadership and management in the pharmaceutical industry in the U.S. According to an article by a Harvard Business School scholar, corporate leadership establishes direction, strategy and message that would help achieve an organization's objectives. However, the management has the sole authority of whether it should be executed or not.


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